Oliver Colvile is the Conservative MP for Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport.
In October 2010, he voted for the smoking ban to be overturned. 
JTI spent £23,000 entertaining MPs in the UK in six months during 2011.
In 2013 Colvile accepted two tickets to the Chelsea Flower show worth £1,260 from JTI.
For more, see Tobacco Industry Hospitality for UK Politicians.
Profile of Oliver Colvile on TheyWorkForYou website.
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